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Crypto Exchange Gemini to List Bitcoin Cash With NYDFS Approval

| Nikhilesh De

The Winklevoss-owned Gemini crypto exchange is adding support for bitcoin cash trading pairs with approval from New York's finance watchdog.

Signature Bank Wins New York Approval for ‘Real-Time’ Blockchain Payments

| Nikhilesh De

Signature Bank is launching a blockchain-based real-time payments system in early 2019 and has just got the green light in New York.

New York Regulators Have Grant Crypto License to NYDIG

| Nikhilesh De

New York's latest BitLicense has been granted to the New York Digital Investment Group, along with a limited purpose trust charter.

New York Awards First-Ever BitLicense to Bitcoin ATM Company

| Nikhilesh De

Bitcoin ATM operator Coinsource has received a BitLicense from New York's financial watchdog, a full three years after first applying.

Coinbase Approved to Offer Crypto Custody Services

| Nikhilesh De

Coinbase has received approval from New York regulators to form a qualified custodial firm for cryptocurrencies.

Gemini Adds Litecoin Trading With New York Watchdog Approval

| Nikhilesh De

Winklevoss-founded crypto exchange Gemini is adding litecoin trading in the coming week, with permission from the NYDFS.

Paxos Unveils Dollar-Backed Stablecoin Approved by New York Regulator

| Nikhilesh De

Blockchain startup Paxos has launched a regulated, dollar-backed stablecoin to facilitate instant transaction settlements for crypto investors.

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Crypto Isn’t Just Money – It’s a Defense Against Discrimination

| Sonya Mann

Financial discrimination shows just how precarious Americans' rights are in practice. Cryptocurrency is the solution β€” if an imperfect one at…

New York Finance Watchdog ‘Fiercely Opposes’ Sandboxes for Fintech Firms

| Madeline Meng Shi

The chief of New York's financial regulatory body said Tuesday that the agency is "fiercely opposed" to regulatory sandboxes for fintech firms

Crypto Startups Don’t Need Sandboxes, They Need Greenhouses

| John Collins

"Sandbox" is a bad term to describe these regulatory programs, under which financial technology solutions can be safely seeded, fed, and controlled.